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Global Superpower China Will Cut Meat Consumption by 50%!

May 1, 2019
Global Superpower China Will Cut Meat Consumption by 50%!

China is planning to take a significant step towards the reduction of meat consumption within its borders. I was really excited to learn about this as China is one of the most populous countries in the world...

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Posted in Animals, Vegetarianism & Environment, China 中国 | 6 Comments »

Is Ethical Vegetarianism Consistent with Eating Artificial, Laboratory-Grown Meat?

Jan 25, 2019
Is Ethical Vegetarianism Consistent with Eating Artificial, Laboratory-Grown Meat?

This essay will consider the issue of whether ethical vegetarianism is consistent with eating artificial, laboratory-grown meat (cultured meat). I will be focusing on animal use in cultured meat production...

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Jeong Kwan: The Zen Buddhist Chef

Nov 24, 2018
Jeong Kwan: The Zen Buddhist Chef

Ven. Jeong Kwan is a 61-year-old Zen Buddhist nun who has lived the life of a hermit for the past 44 years. Born into a Korean family with six other siblings, she grew up on a farm and learnt to make noodles by hand at the age of just seven. This deeply impressed her...

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Huge reduction in meat-eating ‘essential’ to avoid climate breakdown

Oct 25, 2018
Huge reduction in meat-eating ‘essential’ to avoid climate breakdown

Dear friends around the world, As most of you already know, I am a strong advocate of vegetarianism. I have always believed that a vegetarian diet can provide the nutrients our bodies need while giving us the option to live healthier and cruelty-free lives. It is a false belief that we can’t get enough...

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Rabbis Urge Jews to Go Vegan in Global Campaign

Oct 9, 2017
Rabbis Urge Jews to Go Vegan in Global Campaign

Dear friends around the world, I recently came across this wonderful news which I want to share with everyone. I absolutely support this vegan movement started by the Rabbis. Our religions may be different but we share common beliefs such as the wish to not cause another living creature to suffer pain. I sincerely...

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Vegetarian Foods with More Iron than Meat!

May 31, 2017
Vegetarian Foods with More Iron than Meat!

Dear friends around the world, I believe in alternative diets that give us the nutrients our bodies need while allowing us to live a healthier and cruelty-free lifestyle. It is a false belief that we can’t get enough protein and other nutrients from a plant-based diet. Some world-renowned athletes are vegetarians, even the Roman...

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The Vegan Prince & Clean Energy

May 6, 2017
The Vegan Prince & Clean Energy

Dear friends, In a world where it is the norm to be caught up in the pleasures of modern life, when you come across someone like Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed, he becomes a real inspiration, especially when his work tries to make the world a better place. Not only did he make the decision...

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素食王子与洁净能源

May 6, 2017
素食王子与洁净能源

身处沉溺于追求现代生活乐趣的世界,遇见哈立德.本.阿尔瓦利王子(Prince Khali bin Alwaleed)这样的人可说一个真实的启发,特别是他致力于把地球变得更美好的努力令人动容。

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Restaurant Veggie House

Feb 9, 2017
Restaurant Veggie House

  Overview Restaurant Veggie House is the latest vegetarian restaurant in Bentong, Pahang. It serves vegetarian “mixed rice” in the afternoons, and is the only vegetarian restaurant that is open for dinner. Although this is a new restaurant, the chef is one of the most experienced vegetarian chefs in Bentong, so the food...

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Vegan Blood is Eight Times More Protective Against Cancer

Oct 31, 2016
Vegan Blood is Eight Times More Protective Against Cancer

Every day we receive more and more news about the benefits of a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle, and about the negative impact of meat in the diet. Here is another such instance when research and science support the fact that going vegan has a tremendous positive impact on health. Whatever your reasons are for...

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Wonderful News from Moby!

Jan 20, 2016
Wonderful News from Moby!

Anyone who has an interest in the animal rights movement is no stranger to Moby, a strong supporter of various animal welfare groups and a vegan himself. After being a vegan for 28 years, Moby opened a vegan restaurant called Little Pine to spread Veganism in a modern way as well as to generate...

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Dr Jiang’s DELICIOUS HEALTHY RECIPES/videos

Aug 21, 2014
Dr Jiang’s DELICIOUS HEALTHY RECIPES/videos

Dr Jiang   Dr Jiang has shared his knowledge of very healthy food that I would like to share with everyone. These recipes can make a radical boost to your health.   Below are 30 recipes and videos of Dr. Jiang’s cooking class. He has taught the ladrang staff 30 different recipes:   1....

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Recipe: Bone Nourishing Soup

Sep 1, 2013
Recipe: Bone Nourishing Soup

Dear students and friends, I would like to share with everyone another great recipe that Mrs Chuah (fondly known as Madam Chuah) taught the Ladrang kitchen to make. It is a bone nourishing and strengthening soup which Mdm Chuah kindly offered to Paul and I when she found out we both have back pains related...

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I Love Coke, Fries and Spinach!

Jul 13, 2013
I Love Coke, Fries and Spinach!

A student of mine shared with me the illustrated article below which explains very well where our food come from and what's in it. This article is based on facts and researches done by established organizations and government agencies...

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The 55 Best Herbal Remedies

Jun 8, 2013
The 55 Best Herbal Remedies

Below are 55 different herbal remedies... I found this interesting article and I wanted to share it with all of you... Many of the herbs used are easily available for purchase in your local markets.

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NEW YORK school does what??

May 16, 2013
NEW YORK school does what??

I just read this wonderful news about a school in New York known as Active Learning Elementary School, serves vegetarian meals to their students 5 days a week!

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Organic Leaf – Vegetarian Restaurant Review

Apr 6, 2013
Organic Leaf – Vegetarian Restaurant Review

Organic Leaf is a vegetarian restaurant dedicated to bring healthy organic food to their patrons.

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40 billion every year!

Mar 20, 2013
40 billion every year!

Dear students and friends, Two years ago, I blogged about how scientists discovered that chickens are capable of empathy... yet, today, it still remains that chickens are the most mistreated animals in the meat industry. Every year, approximately 40 billion chickens are raised and slaughtered globally. Out of the 40, 9 billion are raised and...

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Vegetarian Tomato Stew with “Meatballs”

Mar 19, 2013
Vegetarian Tomato Stew with “Meatballs”

Recently, Datin Jennifer has been coming to the Haven (my residence) once a week to cook lunch for me and my Ladrang staff.

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Shanghai Nite

Jan 22, 2013
Shanghai Nite

On 28 December 2012, Kechara Oasis (KO) organized an event called, “Shanghai Nite”. Everyone got the chance to join in the event and to dress up in their best Chinese traditional costume. The guests enjoyed EIGHTEEN types of delicious vegetarian, Shanghainese food! They were specially created for the event: Braised Peanut, Sweet & Sour...

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